Brazilian Choro Music: Concert and Lecture by Paulo Sa
Mandolin player and musicologist presents concert and lecture on the history of Brazilian choro music on Feb 4, at 8 p.m. in Recital Hall, Group VI/Room 153
UMass Dartmouth presents MLK Drum Major awards Feb. 3
Dean of Arts and Sciences, Bristol Community College president, and Greensboro lunch counter protester to be honored
SouthCoast Education Compact College Guide Released
2006 guide to be published in three languages and will focus on parents.
UMass Dartmouth Professor to Help Develop Prediction System for Brazil
The Brazilian national research foundation, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico (CNPq), awarded the two-year research grant to Prof. Avijit Gangopadhyay
UMass Dartmouth Portuguese-American archives to house influential author's papers
Alfred Lewis works to be celebrated December 14 at library
Math professor posthumously honored for public service
Jim Kaput's work cited by UMass president and trustees
Center for Policy Analysis donates dictionaries to Morton Middle School
Dr. Clyde W. Barrow, Director of the Center for Policy analysis, said, "The ability to read, comprehend, and write is a fundamental skill in the new information society. Fall River's future literally depends on students who master these skills."
John Methia will lecture on re-purposing videos: HD TV, web streaming and pod casts
John Methia, Executive Producer/Owner of Clicknet.tv and Creative Services Director, WLNE TV in Providence, will lecture at UMass Dartmouth on December 14, 1 2 p.m.
Throwbacks: Selected Poems by James Bobrick November 30 at Gallery X
James Bobrick will read selections from the book and sign copies for guests. Light refreshments will be served.
UMass Dartmouth sets fundraising record in FY05
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth raised more than $6 million in the last fiscal year to support student scholarships and faculty academic pursuits, setting a new annual fundraising record for the rapidly growing campus.